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Oregon Secretary of State - Elections Division

2000 Oregon Democratic Presidential Primary Results
May 16, 2000
Al Gore 88.7%
Lyndon LaRouche 11.3%
2000 Oregon Republican Presidential Primary Results
May 16, 2000
George W. Bush 86.6%
Alan Keyes 13.4%

2000 Oregon Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
May 16, 2000

Attorney General
Hardy Myers (D) St. Rep. Kevin L. Mannix (R) consultant Thomas Cox (L)
Secretary of State
Bill Bradbury (D) St. House Speaker Lynn Snodgrass (R) 48%, St. Rep. Lynn Lundquist (R) 44%, electrical engineer Paul Damian Wells (R) 8%, '96 nominee Elizabeth Ashbrook (NL), engineer Ed Pole (L),
Treasurer
St. Rep. Randall Edwards (D) 50.1%, deputy treasurer Gary Bruebaker (D) 49.9%, Portland councilor Jon Kvistad (R), marketing executive Mitchell Shults (L),
1st Congressional District
David Wu (D) St. Sen. Charles Starr (R) 61.1%, ex-Lake Oswego Mayor Alice L. Schlenker (R) 38.8%, education activist Beth King (L)
2nd Congressional District
farmer Walter Ponsford (D) Greg Walden (R) '98 nominee Lindsey Bradshaw (L), '98 nominee Rohn "Grandpa" Webb (S),
3rd Congressional District
Earl Blumenauer (D) 88%, land management consultant John Sweeney (D) 12%, real estate appraiser Jeffrey L. Pollock (R) '96 / '98 nominee / store manager Bruce Knight (L), '98 nominee / ex-St. Rep. / attorney Walt Brown (S),
4th Congressional District
Peter A. "Pete" DeFazio (D) Co. Commissioner John Lindsey (R) 69.6%,fireman Wendell Robinson (R) 30.4%, attorney / '98 nominee Karl Sorg (S)
5th Congressional District
Darlene Hooley (D) businessman Brian J. Boquist (R) 64.5%,editor Aaron J. Hill (R) 35.5%, welder / 98 nominee Blaine Thallheimer (L)

1. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Blue boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control.

2. Key to Party Identification.
(D) = Democratic Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(NL) = Natural Law Party
(R) = Republican Party
(S) = Socialist Party


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